Micropropogation Method in Plants
Amplification of genetically identical copies of plant species by method of asexual reproduction is called as “clonal propagation”. clonal propagation of plants on large scale is popularly known as “micropropagation”. Practical application of morphogenetic and biochemical totipotency in varied plant species e.g. ornamental, horticultural and medicinal crops has pushed micropropagation to the realm of commercial application. The culture of isolated shoots, bases or meristems by providing suitable nutrient media to stimulate the growth of multiple axillary buds by overcoming apical dominance is referred to “Micropropogation Technology”.
- Track 1-1 Multiplication by Meristematic Tissue of Axillary and Apical Shoots
- Track 2-2 Multiplication by Adventitious Shoots
- Track 3-3 Multiplication by Adventitious Embryo Formation
- Track 4-4 Multiplication Through Callus Culture